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A cube has a total surface area of 384 ft². Find the total surface area of the largest sphere that will fit into it.

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    384/6 = A = area of one side

    sqrt of that a = L = length of side

    R = radius of sphere = L/2

    area of sphere = 4 pi R^2

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